Infiniti will offer its new Q60 sporty compact coupe in a variety of flavors, beginning at $39,855. That’s a hefty $2,000 lower than last year, despite a full redesign for 2017.
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The 2017 Q60 is the latest in a line of Infiniti coupes dating back to the original G35 more than a decade ago. Rechristened the Q60 as part of Infiniti’s broad renaming scheme, the new model will be offered in a host of trim and powertrain combinations. That $39,855 base price, which, incidentally, includes a mandatory $905 destination and delivery charge, nets buyers a rear wheel-drive 2.0t. From there, here’s how the walk looks:
- $39,855 for the 2.0t
- $41,885 for the 2.0t all wheel-drive
- $42,205 for the 2.0t Premium
- $44,205 for the 2.0t Premium all wheel-drive
- $45,205 for the 3.0t Premium
- $47,205 for the 3.0t Premium all wheel-drive
A 400 horsepower version of the 3.0t called Q60 Red Sport 400 will go on sale later. Its price has not yet been announced.
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Those base prices compare favorably with the Q60’s biggest rivals, including the BMW 430i ($42,895) and Audi A5 ($41,200). However, the Cadillac ATS coupe stickers for a more palatable $38,990 before any options are added.
That’s not to say that the Q60 won’t come well-equipped. Even the base model includes 19-inch alloy wheels, LED headlamps, 8-way power front seats, and a backup camera.
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